Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies is affiliated to Guru Gobind Indraprastha University, Delhi recognized by Bar Council of India and UGC under section 2(f), with NAAC ‘A’ accreditation, is well known for its robust efforts in legal education. Dr S.C. Vats, Chairman, VIPS, a great philanthropist and educationist believes in perfection.
About the Training Programme
Singhania & Partners LLP Solicitors and Advocates (S&P) has joined hands with Delhi-NCR’s Vivekananda School of Law and Legal Studies (VSLLS) of Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University to start a 20-week intensive training programme on “Legal Know-How for Start-Ups”.
Starting up a new business venture is very exciting. At the same time, it is very important to know the laws relevant to start-ups in India.
This extensive 20 hours training programme spread across 4-5 weeks will familiarise budding lawyers, start-up founders and students of all disciplines with legal knowledge for starting up a business in India during the different life-stages of a start-up and everything that follows.
The training programme will be beneficial for budding lawyers who want to develop a specialisation in the field, Start-up founders, and students. It will equip the participants with the legal knowledge during the different life-stages of a start-up and everything that follows.
Submission Registration and Application Details
The training programme is commencing on 30th August 2019. The Brochure is attached. Last Date to apply is 28th August 2019. Registration Form is also attached with the brochure.
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